The Royal Hawaiian
Hotel, Resort, Event Space
- Known as the Pink Palace, this chic and modern hotel offers great views of Waikiki Beach.
- Go to the beach for photo opp o the pink palace
- The Royal Hawaiian Hotel is known as the "Pink Palace". Stop by the Mai Tai Bar for a Mai Tai and enjoy the grandeur of old Waikiki.
- Wow, there r seriously a lot if complainers on 4Square. Boohoo, a $20/dy resort fee. What do you expect from a fancy old fashioned hotel? This place is GORGEOUS, and you can feel the history. Love it!
- Learn how to surf or stand-up paddling with Waikiki Beach Services! They also provide Outrigger Canoe Surfing, Beachboy Valet, umbrella & chair and board rentals! Inquire at the pool deck kiosk!
- Mahalo to all for checking in. Have a wonderful weekend!
- Gotta agree, WiFi sucks and the Resort Fee is total B.S. Facility is mostly nice, but service is very mediocre compared to other SPG Luxury Collection properties. Save your money and stay elsewhere.
- Terrible bathrooms in the rooms. Way too small. And old very noisy ac units. This "5 star"resort needs an update
- Don't miss the Royal Hawaiian luau here every Monday from 5:30pm to 9pm.
- From the GM Miss Kelly to all the Executive Staff and all the Ambassadors who address you by your last name ! It is the BEST!
- Try a Scratch Mai Tai from the Mai Tai Bar. So good.
- Beautiful hotel. But don't try and eat dinner here without a reservation.
- Absolutely the best resort on Waikiki! Service is incredible all over from bed to beach to bar! Eat at Azure! Try the Kumumoto oysters, divine!
- Now that's a bathroom I tell ya what
- Hint for those driving to the Royal Hawaiian for an event, always use the valet parking services.
- Always enjoy sitting at the bar just before sunset.
- Respect the culture..
- Beautiful hotel. Great outdoor bar free entertain
- Check out the newest boutique "Waikiki Beachboy" @BeachbouWaikiki!
- Besides being the ultimate upscale hotel on Waikiki, this Spanish-Moorish style property is home to the Azure restaurant, headed by the Hawaiian-born and French-educated executive chef Jon Matsubara.